Executive Director Deidre Ashley writes the column Sound Mind for our local paper, the Jackson Hole News & Guide.
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How to approach resolutions - and mental wellness - in 2018.
What's all the hype about mindfulness?
Be realistic about expectations and perfect as you head into the holidays.
Some things parents can do to help kids deal with current events that can be disturbing and overwhelming to all of us.
A groundbreaking public education program that helps the public identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders.
Did you know there are also physical and mental health benefits to giving?
For those who are transitioning from high school to college it can be a very exciting change, full of opportunity — as well as stress and challenge.
Men statistically seek help for mental health issues less than women even though they experience mental illness at the same or greater numbers.
Depression that occurs during and after pregnancy is more common that most people realize.
How to gauge mental wellness. It's easy not to notice it until it's gone.
Depression does not discriminate: it can affect anyone.
What is cabin fever, and what can be done about it?
This Valentine's Day, remember: Romance is not the only factor in a strong and lasting relationship.
A few suggestions for getting 2017 off to a great start!
What is the best way to maintain your mental health through the holiday season?
This last budget year, core social service organizations in Jackson Hole saw a reduction in state and federal funding of almost $800,000. What does this mean for JHCCC?
The term seems to be everywhere these days. What is mindfulness, how is it done and what are the benefits?
Anxiety is a part of everyone's life, but if it becomes constant and overwhelming to daily life, you may be dealing with an anxiety disorder.
Suicide is a difficult topic to talk about, but the fact remains that the numbers have increased 24 percent nationwide since 1999.